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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LKl'ttmiUXiE UAH.Y i TliTIlSDAY, SKPTKMBKK 18, 191U' UP FATHER" By G. Me Man us RKSMT OVER 1 HAMD ALL CUT FROM _ :j vt I MY IN l CCCKEI NOW. LIVERY We Meet All Trjlni. 'Hoip 4Z8, 369, 1556 Special I talcs on Country Trips SPENCE BROS Lclhbrldge, AIU. i'i Lncrr WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS Office Phone 1SOS Night Phone. IMS int INI The Sport Page tL'ROlDPUY Cold Figures Show- Hose. Hold in Nearly Every Department Lucky Eddie tChicagb TribiiDe-) :For. Ihe rollers o[ oihcr cities, ivlio are asking nf Lbr> White Sol's climb i to Ihe top. 'Hriw'do they do ItV' tberc are'pleiily or aosvers. tJeneral tscellonce is Ihe principal} reason why Gleason's men are In (rout j instead of Cleveland or Detroit. One: of-the main assen of the While ]lose tiudgWDJ They lead tbe circuit ip balling, sli points ahead I of ,'lhe einbaltled Indian's, Ihe panting. Timers. Tbe Soi stand seccnd U fielding. the only tighter [i el ding being IbatVof (be-VRed Soi. Tlie SloctiBgs.ltrfcJ Cleveland by and three Allan Solhoron of Ac- cused of Culling Seams of Balls on Sharp Button Opening Game bf Season To Be Folio wed '-By i' Nig Dince CHICAGO. Sept. the has been'relegated 10 the discard, llie "emery outlawed by olttcial promulgation, and toe "sbAer" and ofher freak offerings of pitchers watched for -with sus- picion and distrust by umpires, who Tomorrow nigM the opening game of Ihe basketball season will be staged end a record crowd is eipeclcd to (witness ibis clash. The teams for I ibis exhibition bolrf will be composed lh basXetban artists in In The Major Leagues AMERICAN Won. SS Cleveland TS Deli-oil 71 Nciv York...... 70 Uoston.........-'. G3 St. Louis _ 51 34 Washington Philadelphia l.osl. 45 51 SG 5S Co SO NATIONAL Cincinnati York Wou. SO .560 j Chicago (i'J .517 I Plltsljuri: CS .492 Hrooklyn....... lloslun 61 St. Louis........ GO Philadelphia li Lost. 41 411 r.i C4 US TC SO SI .o'JO .515 .4S1 .415 .355 Pennant Nearly Cinched NEW yqilK, Sent. ad- vanced a liltlo closer In cllnchins Ihc American League pennant by dcfcai- inj New Wort in both games or a the ciiy and, a real is in store for those who aro'-.luckv enough lo gel a sett over itfe In addEliou lo go. two learns picked from the girl siers o[ double header hero today, 2 lo 0, and i HrookKn 11 lo 2. Piltsburg First R. H. E. Chicago Brooklyn Last Came PITTSBUIJO. Sept. liil Carlson hnrU today and won the closing" game of series from Pitts- bnrs, S lo 3. Ihe .cily tangle and. of course, have been instructed to he. upon thc.lprOTe a bis drawing card. girls alert, ,it'remains for-IMdie Clcotle, I have alwavs pat up a fast brand of falner of ihc "snuckle ball." lo call (hall and u-lli Ibis reimlallou attention lo a new invention that, them they will not prove a dlsap- Alan Solhbron of. the ETOWQS seems to lie getting away with very nicely. Cicotte is said to use certain (By noberi .Tlipley.) Isn't Eddie Collins the lucky dog: This will be bU sixth'world's sorie-v -Collins has already played in five preparation that has made him pe- Iculiarly elective during Ihe'last Eour lor rive years. Ills nocfcels have been examined lime and. again by "the um- pires in quest of "spine foreign sub' slants InEt: he is "supposed lo" put upon the ball.and cause Ihe old horse- hide- to sail The Red Soi pilchers Speed also" caijfiJE. --Th'u afe'.ot Ihc. post-seasun classics and leader in stolen bases. They fcnowldravn down mote than as the stuff, "and wbrt It. Theyfsliare of tbe receipts. Little vondp and haiters to this, day.ipsist that "1: 'chetvs paraffine.ihdi when he anoints the inserts the ra57 are leaders In sacrifice bits. The Hose ibat he Is Ihe most envied player In iwee substance vrith his teeth be- hare "been- struck out fewer limes in-jlhe game. n Ihe seams. Hut Ibey Ii aren't found Ihe "Knuckles'- yet ihe "aggregate than any other club.! Some plavers, like Waller Johnson! and so" far he lias evaded "every al- and Iheir hits have totaled more and Nap Labjpie. never bad the good Firm on D-ftnse So mncii for Lhe While Sox attack. They are jnsl'as "much there" on Hie. defense, beins a firmer team, all fortune lo share in a big series .de- spile "their greatness and long careers. But..along comes. Collins 'and .falls. rfxhL intg six of them in the'last Dine years. .pnrMAM I Us shoinnB. around in cbecfcms rival clubs (ban lf Edlijc soeg ttiroilgn a They are .second m double. wjl, ffit a for pirn- wlille Ray SLbalk, who has Mriea plaj. Barry, bis former caa-at nearly every KBme has had but, shared but ooly fire ot "them, as a broken hand feept him on the bench during the last me. Collins began with the Athletics in 910 .against tlifi Cubs. He player! against Lhe Giants to. 1311. and 1913. and against the Boston Braves In He next loot part in Ihc htg series as a member of the Sos against tbe Giants In 1917. The brainy lillle second sacker has proven himself lo be one of the great- est "mooey if nol ibe greatest he game has ever had. He was a decided hero or four of Ihe series In which he appeared, and only failed lo shine during- that short, disasln conflict wJth Ihe Doslon Braves in 1914 when tb'e Athletics were trampled ery'roTighly in the dust. He is a'great player on great ocr it'is tloubllaL it any play- Is 6f more value to a ball ticularly at a lime like thla. Delroil and .'Cleveland catchers bave I twenty-three passed balls.! team liy Eddie Col- lins'.hive'irtade fewer errora than -any! other clqb except Boston. Proof Sox defense la shown in Ihe! runs adversaries of each t'Tjb.- the Indians bare scored siily-lire more than their opponent " -last 'fhurarday. Ihe Chicago learn i had scored ,raore. Tbe Tljera-harl exceeded the' opposllion rinv makers by only twenty-six tallfcs. Twg Mifrhty Good Rcatons 'But, while the cold, inanimate, fig- nres arc talking (or tbe Sox, no fan ran be silent concerning two other These reasons are named .Eddie; ClcoUe and Claude Williams. In "Jhirty-sfx' Barnes in which he took part. "Shine Rail" Eddie allowed runs. Williams permitled ninety-three In Ihirty-jeren games. On tbe'baels of cfrccllveness, which t'he.beat method of ranking major league-pitchers, in the opinion oi many, 11 is not Known who would.exceed Cictitte's record- Up lo :last Thursday the Sox ace na'rl. yon iwenly aercu fames and lost seven. Willans' had won twenty-two anrt.loal cighL Little Diclt Kerr, Kid GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETTLENE WELDING tileason's slab "find." won ten nnrl lost-six. Lefty Wliriamt Fans 'Em Southpaw Claude Wlll'aina is second only lo Waller Jahnaon in strlfceoul.i Ho and Cfcotte together hart; aggre- gated hul bases nn balls in severty three games. Williams has nol been guilty of a wild pitch, t'icoilc baa had one such.heave all eeaaon. If lie Jack Co., Ltd. 1M4 ims is not control, tl Ootsn'l exlsl. Take Clevclami's leading pair of pilchers. CovelesXIc anJ [togby. They have won thlrly-slx pamcs and IQSI nlnulcen. tJelroifa best two, Dauas and Ehmke, bare aggregaled. Ihlrty- Ihrcc victories and nineteen defeat. But where Ihe alabiter.s have allowed runs tn 552 Innings. nip: to catch hiiu Xpedless to CicoUe has be- otue iadigoanL the sharp esplon- his delivery has- been ubic'clet} "and he waits to tnow why Solhorori. Shocker and a good many more of the so-called spH-ball flingers lave not beea fined or suspended at hfat he believes to he tlagrnnl viola- ion o( the pitching1' rules. "1 got the gobdj on Spthoron.-my- ;eir when we -were in' SL said CEcotU1. "anrj If more of Ihe uni- onto their job Alan vnuldn't find the sailing so sraooUi. Solhoron has been mowing all the labs down one after, another, and hen he, .has bceu working llie .ball lust sailed .as though It had -wings and nobody seemed lo'flod out just what was the matter with the plll- I waiched him- closely one uftfrnonn anrf I round out ihe reason. saw the ball continually on he nitlal LuttoQ of his glove anil then 1. found Ihe answer. 1 had the umpire inTesligalt! and il developed that the bnllon had bsen down Illl il had a regular razor edge. All and Rhocher had lo do ..was to .cut-the seam with the bultoa as ralFerl the ball to Iheir mouths spil on seams and wait, an in tiant for ihc stitching to swell. N'b wonder (lie ball jumped and sailed If tln-y caught me doing H the Tact that more than a dozen balls, solely in pitching lo the and yet every time I work you'll evcrrbinJy on the cp poking team fighting to gel a peek at the ball." That. Clcotlc Is well suslalnrtl In hia nrraignmcnt of Sotlioron ant ShocVer uould seem to be proven by the fact ihit more than a dozen balla many oi- (hem-new onfes, were throwr out-of the games that Hnlhoron and Shorksr pitched against ihe Red Sox while in reci-nlly. 'Two or .hrec .'or these were sent to Ban Jobnsun Tor ciamlnalion. nointment. Several old slars who telued Leih- bridge bring home the bacon in farm-ir years will .ho there shnflttng baskets at the old. rate." .Among Ihese are Percy Irwin. Link Dunsworth and Irish Kane, all thrc_e of whom are bacfe In'.lneir old form will make the basket look like a hoop off of a beer val. Unfortunately George McKllloji will he unable to participate in the scranible. The oilier jSay George went out In the backyard and tried lo break a crowbar across his knee. He failed o accomplish this :sliint and was so cnajrined his appar- ent weakening In physique he has tie elded lo Jaj off on all fatiguing sport mtil such time as he will, hare re- gained bi? Impaired, health.- U leorge's lungs will ikely tool ihe whistle, and perform .hc'olhsr duties reiiiilrcrJ of an, li'm- ow York............ 0 7 I Kerr and Schalk; Mogridge. Qulnu and Rcijl. Second n. II. E! 19 i> ew York............ 2 9 l James and Schalk. Lynn; Shawkey, Thormahlen and Qulnn. flreke even BOSTOX. Sept. and DC roit divided honors 'here today, thd visitors Hie first game, 1 to 6, and losing Ihc second, 1 to 2. Other trusty whn will lake parL in .LhG lattle George Young.-Jinny HuiiRon. Cfaauncey Snow, Wade Illd- patb. Wilt Judge and several olhera On Saturday afternoon next there are going to be some real racial do Ings at the Golf-Cfub house. Man> limea this summer we have heard tin remark that lea, sandwiches and cak would he a. welcome' 'di' EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTIHIM CHARGED AND REPAIRED All GuannUW A Written Cuirinkt for t Tear >nd Hilt t tie line. Road Mipl of Montini. Oeneral nell Slop tec ui. Get enough AlhrrU to ,peed you ;on jnur vay. an4 Prof ALIIMTA AUTOMOBILE OWNERS v Get you- celluloid liih'lr. In and repaired before the cold weather. THE LETH- RIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6lh Klritl N'exl lo Herald 0. T. BLUNT, PROP. The Mechanical Garage Used can bought ind General Rtpnriof Corner 4th Avenut and lr< K Coiy RtKtr Rink, PhoM 1191 K-W. Service Station SUllen for Ihe fimoja K-W Full ittKk of parts cirrleyi. MtfitlM tl all RECHARCtD TW Rty Electric ;